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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

Pietersen is not allowed to play for Surrey in today's county championship match against Middlesex

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England batsman finally says sorry for rogue texts while Strauss laments 'airing dirty laundry in public'

Sid Waddell pictured in 2007

Legendary darts broadcaster Sid Waddell dies

Darts broadcaster Sid Waddell has died at the age of 72, his manager has confirmed.

Mark Cavendish: The British sprinter held on for the first overall win of his career

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Team Sky's Mark Cavendish won the Ster ZLM Toer in the Netherlands yesterday – the first general classification win of his career.

Carl Morris at a Shepherd's Bush pool hall. His charity work has been truly inspirational

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Chairman Sir John Madejski (left) and manager Brian McDermott (centre) celebrate promotion

Chairman Sir John Madejski says promotion will be tackled in 'the Reading way'

Reading chairman Sir John Madejski insists the club will tackle their return to the Barclays Premier League in "the Reading way".

Andy Murray in Monte Carlo

Andy Murray cruises through against Viktor Troicki at the Monte Carlo Masters

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England's Lee Westwood (left) shares a joke with Ian Woosnam, of Wales, during a practice round at Augusta yesterday

Donald urges BBC not to turn its back on 'tradition'

Lee Westwood and Luke Donald have expressed their "extreme disappointment" at the news that the BBC is pulling out of showing any live European Tour action and pleaded with the corporation to increase its coverage as British golf goes through a boom.

Jenson Button of McLaren in action at the Australian Grand Prix

Jack Pitt-Brooke: Old, familiar hands on the wheel keep Sky from veering off the road

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Gary Neville tips Man United to absorb lessons from Bilbao

Gary Neville believes Manchester United have been forced to take one step back to start getting some forward momentum again in Europe.

Gary Neville: Angered Villas-Boas by saying Luiz is 'controlled by a child of 10 on a PlayStation'

Manchester United block Gary Neville hotel plans

Manchester United have defended their decision to oppose a planning application for a hotel and leisure complex at Old Trafford that has been submitted by Gary Neville.

David Luiz insists he can take both praise and criticism in his stride

Luiz vows to lift Chelsea up the table

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As well as music Bruno Brookes also advises retailers on 'tonal strategy'

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That Immedia plc should have lost the Lloyds Pharmacy radio services contract is not the sort of thing that sends shockwaves through the stock market. But the forlorn words of the firm's chief executive raised one or two eyebrows among market watchers of a certain demographic. "Naturally we are disappointed to stop broadcasting Lloyds Pharmacy Live after nine years," said Bruno Brookes.

As well as music Bruno Brookes also advises retailers on 'tonal strategy'

Want to know who's to blame for all those shop radio stations? Try Bruno Brookes

Tom Peck on the ex-chart show DJ, his music firm – and its fall down the FTSE chart

5. Sports Personality? Cavendish should walk it Talking of British cycling… how can Mark Cavendish not win Sports Personality of the
Year now? He shouldn't need his bike either - he should walk it. What
he's done this year, in the Tour de France and now at the worlds, is
awesome. But that whole team performance in Copenhagen last
Sunday was brilliant, particularly the last 10km by Bradley Wiggins.
It's a brutal sport and these guys are some athletes. How could anyone
possibly vote for Rory McIlroy now?

Robin Scott-Elliot: Cavendish may be Rain Man but he's the perfect spokesman to light up Sky

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